Posts Tagged ‘call of duty’
Separating the wheat from the digital chaff
Call Of Duty’s Vita debut isn’t going down too well, especially over on Twitter…
Because all we ever wanted was a quadrotor
Vita needs an injection of white-hot gaming directly into its eyeball if it is to thrive. Here’s our suggestions for what would do that.
Battlefield Premium, Call Of Duty Elite: both just steps to a subscription-based future that would be welcome.
This will be the year Call Of Duty doesn’t do quite as well as it has before, and it’s mainly thanks to a couple of issues with Black Ops 2.
Not bought The Walking Dead yet? Do it, because it’s good, cheap, and more importantly, could help get episodic gaming really going.
With Black Ops 2′s reveal trailer just around the corner, Play looks at why the series is still so important.
Not the roadside assistance company, silly. We mean the ‘middle’ tier of game development: not the darlings of the indie crowd like Journey, nor the high budget stuff like Call of Duty. Homefront, essentially.
How much better would Vita do with Call of Duty as a launch title?
Some series should just crawl into a ditch and die. It’s for the good of gaming, you see.
Quake, Doom, Counterstrike, Team Fortress 2…
Modern Warfare 3 has bagged Kanye West to perform at an event for it. So here are a few suggestions as to who Battlefield 3 could snag to even the BATTLEWARFAREFIELD.